The urban spiritual leader, global public speaker, and teacher of Bhāgavata knowledge, spiritual counsellor and initiator of Bhāgavata Mahavidyalaya in Sri Govardhan Dham.
Whosoever comes in his association admire his simple and all-embracing approach in transmitting the universal message of Bhāgavatam, kindness, compassion, infallible knowledge and wisdom. He has earned an inevitable reputation as a global public speaker.
Born in December 1984 in an aristocratic Brahmin family, brought up in a spiritual environment, hearing the holy name, learned different activities of the Lord and his devotees from his mother since the age of five. He has done his secular education, Diploma, Bachelors, Masters in Information Technology and M.A. in History. Currently he is pursuing PhD in Srimad Bhagavatam.
After having met various sages at a very young age, being unsatisfied with quenching his spiritual thrust, he joined ISKCON in the year 2002. He got his first initiation in 2007 and soon on the instruction of his spiritual master, His Holiness Radha Govinda Das Goswami, under the guidance of His Holiness Gaur Krishna Das Goswami, he is addressing his mind and activities in spreading the knowledge of Srimad Bhāgavatam.
Setting down in the holy Vrindavan Dham of Sri Sri Radha Shyamsundar, he is dedicating his life to spread the message of godhead giving his invaluable contribution in the moment of Krishna consciousness by spreading the teachings from the essence of all Vedic knowledge, Srimad Bhāgavatam.
He frequently travels across South Africa, South America, Europe, Russia, the United Kingdom, and other Asian countries for presenting seminars on Srimad Bhāgavatam.
He has trained more than 3750+ devotees with his Bhāgavata Teachers Training course across the world helping with various ways of studying and teaching Srimad Bhāgavatam.
At present 9,780+ devotees are globally following his technique of studying Srimad Bhāgavatam.
He also serves as an editor of the fortnightly E-Magazine, Nityam Bhagavata Sevaya which is circulated on every Ekadashi to more than 35,811 devotees all over the world.